Energy in Kozienice
The Polish side was responsible for conducting workshops on the use of Raspberry Pi Pico microcontrollers with MicroPython to perform physical experiments (including measurement of environmental parameters: temperature, pressure, humidity, air quality, testing the efficiency of light sources - luminance measurement, use of an optical gate, field measurements -datalogger, sending the results of experiments over the network using a microcontroller and the MQTT protocol and displaying the corresponding graphs.
The school in Kozienice also prepared experiments using Vernier equipment for experiments showing changes in various forms of energy.
A school from Germany has prepared an experiment using sensors contained in the mobile phone and the Phyphox application.
A school from Portugal prepared Joule's experiment using measuring systems with software prepared by the school in Kozienice.
Household appliances were lent for both the German and Portuguese schools: blenders and lettuce separators.
The French school has prepared a workshop using robots working under the supervision of Python with a set of sensors.
The Italian school, on the other hand, prepared experiments to measure environmental parameters based on Pasco equipment.
During these few days of stay in Poland, students also got to know our country, visited the Maria Curie Museum in Warsaw, visited the Copernicus Center, and had a unique opportunity to visit one of the largest power plants in Europe - the Enea Power Plant in Świerże Górne.
In addition to learning about physics and new technologies, students had the opportunity to meet new friends and talk in several foreign languages.
The meeting was concluded with field measurements with the help of systems based on the Raspberry Pi Pico in Kazimierz Dolny. The measuring systems prepared by the students from Kozienice did a great job and they remembered the results of the experiments without any problems.